Updated annually, the treatise integrates new rule amendments, the latest caselaw, and emerging trends and issues. For each rule, Gensler explains in detail what the rule covers, how it works, and how it has been interpreted and applied by the courts. Each commentary is organized to clearly highlight and analyze the practical issues most important to lawyers and judges applying the rule.
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